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>>> hello and welcome to nhk "newsline." i'm keikichi hanada in tokyo with the latest at this hour. >>> bangladeshi police arrested two managers at a sewing factory in connection with wednesday's building collapse outside of the capital dhaka. they're still searching for the owner of the building. more than 300 people died in the disaster. police say the two managers continued operations despite
>>> hello and welcome to nhk "newsline." i'm keikichi hanada with the latest at this hour. >>> defense minister itsunori onodera has explained to okinawa governor hir ri ka sunna chi ma a new japan/u.s. plan to return land being used by the u.s. military for facilities south of kana da air base. onodera met with the governor in okinawa's capital of naha saturday, one day after the governments of japan and the u.s. agreed on the plan. the agreement calls for returning the u.s. marine corps futenma air station located in a densely populated area of ginowan, okinawa, in fiscal 2022 or later. the air station would be closed after alternate runways are built in a less populated area in the henoko district of nago, also in okinawa. >> translator: we'd like to press ahead with the plan and listen to what local residents have to say about it. >> translator: returning land used for u.s. military facilities has been planned in the past but not carried out. nt the government to strive to make the return a reality. >> governor nakaima later told reporters that returning the futenma ai
>>> hello and welcome to nhk "newsline." i'm keikichi hanada in toyko with the latest at this hour. >>> chinese authorities say more than 150 people are dead after a powerful earthquake struck the country's inland province of sichuan. more than 5,800 people were reported injured. >> translator: it was difficult to stand. my body was shaking all over. the quake continued for about two minutes. >> the quake struck at around 8:00 a.m. on saturday. experts at the china earthquake administration say the epicenter was in the city of ya'an southwest of the provincial capital chengdu. they say the focus of the quake was 13 kilometers deep with a magnitude of 7.0. the official xinhua news agency reports that 156 people were killed and more than 5,800 injured. officials are concerned there could be more casualties as an unknown number of people remain trapped under the rubble. mud and rock flows have cut off access to many villages. about 7,000 members of china's military and armed police have joined the rescue operations. emergency medical services are being provided in tents set up outside
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